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Feb 12, 2013 8:00pm EST
in the middle east and foreign policy in the minds of the american public? guest: they are very low. i mentioned we have been asking this question for decades. in the early 1950's, the korean war was at the top of the scale. in the early 70's -- early 1970's, the vietnam war was at the top of the scale. the iraq war rose very high in the mid part of the last decade. at the moment, few americans spontaneously mentioned foreign policy, or specifically the wars in afghanistan, conflicts in the middle east, or even things like nuclear weapons in korea. anything having to do with foreign policy or overseas activity is not top of mind for the average american at this point. we just measured obama on approval rating. his number one issue was national defence. it is a strength for this president. he is perceived as doing well on that part of his portfolio. but it is not a party for americans. host: very interesting information. the c-span audience is getting a first look at it with you. thank you for giving us a preview on america's most important problems, as we look at the state of the un
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